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Tip of the Day Play the IRA Game Smart

Play the IRA Game Smart - When planning for your retirement it is always wise to do it in the right order so that you have the plan with the...

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Tick-Test Rules

Tick-Test Rules- They were the rules that were once governed on how and when a stock short sales was allowed to happen and how there were to be made. These rules were established and enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) thought rule 10a-1. There were two components to the tick test rules first they were in fact a short could be only be made if a price was uptick. The second part of the rule is that no short could be made if there was no change in the price assuming there had being a pervious trade was called an uptick. The SEC removed this rule on June the 6 of 2007.

 

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Definition: In technical analysis, this shows the average value of a company's stock price over a given period of time (50, 100, or 200 days). TeenAnalyst Advice: In technical analysis, investors usually look at the moving...

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